"I do a lot of desert hiking searching for deer antler sheds and in the summer, amateur fossil hunting.
I live in a semi-arid pine forest foothills area, so pine-needles, pine cones, dead yucca and tumbleweeds are my usual fuel.
All I can say is !!HOLY FRACK THAT THING IS FAST!! BIG WINNER, HANDS DOWN!
"Hi, just wanted to say thanks for getting my base camp kettle to me so promptly! I am in Australia; I ordered it just ten days or so ago and it arrived yesterday. I was so very keen to try it as i have and love a trekker, but wanted to be able to boil enough waterto fill a thermos in one go.view more...»
"Hello Kelly Kettle Company! I just wanted to write and tell you how pleased I was with my purchase. I just came back from a 3 day camping trip and took my brand new KK Scout in place of my gas fired campstove. I was able to boil water for coffee, scramble up some eggs for breakfast, fry up several burgers for lunch and cook hot dogs and hamburgers for dinner, AMAZING!
Hello Ireland and Kelly kettle,
Greetings from Finland. Received your Big kettle week ago and now had a
chance to test it. We were really impressed how fast and easy it was.
Dear Kelly Kettle company,
I'd like to give you a thumbs up for your superfast service. Shipped 28th, arrived 31st in the Netherlands. That is amazingly fast. Besides that I noticed that shipping charges on the box were 10 Euro, whereas you only charge your customers 5!
"Hello, I purchased a large Kelly kettle today to use for backwoods camping. What a fine piece of gear. I lit it up in the yard and boiled two kettles of water in no time.
Hi there all at the Kelly kettle co.
Our kettle arrived on time on the due date.We lit it and boiled water to wash it out as requested on the instructions. We went for a walk in the Mendip hills and enjoyed a hot tea. using dead hazel sticked collected on the way. Its brilliant. And surprisingly quick
"Thought you might like to know about my old Kelly, I got it as a Christmas present in 2003 when you were in Lemmington Spa.
"To the Kelly Kettle folks.
Im in the bush alot fishing and have been using a small alcohol burner for quite sometime. I had a pretty bad incident last year and spilt the burning stove all down one leg. I got burnt pretty severely. So i decided i needed to look for something different for my coffee breaks and cooking of meals that you just pour hot water on.I found out about the Kelly Kettle on a UK
One idea is to remove the fire base as the kettle operates perfectly without it. Simply place the kettle on a level non-combustible surface (large flat rock / sand / gravel etc.) and slightly raise the kettle using 3-4 small flat stones to allow for air intake.view more...»